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Twitter whistleblower says there’s a Chinese spy inside the company
Peiter Zatko made statements before the US Senate Judiciary Committee. Peiter Zatko, a security expert and former Twitter executive, appeared before the US Senate Judiciary Committee to provide statements regarding the former company’s security practices. In addition to mentioning “basic systemic failures”, Zatko also claimed that there is at least
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More than 1,380 people arrested in protests in Russia against mobilization
At least 1,386 people were arrested in Russia in protests held on Wednesday against the partial mobilization of citizens ordered by Russian President Vladimir Putin to fight the war in Ukraine, a non-governmental organization (NGO) declared today. At least 1,386 people were arrested in 38 cities,” the independent organization OVD-Info,
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NATO criticizes ‘dangerous’ nuclear rhetoric and speaks of miscalculation
NATO Secretary General indicates that Putin’s mobilization announcement shows that the war is not going “in accordance” with the Russian leader’s plans. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg criticized, this Wednesday, the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, for using “dangerous and reckless” nuclear rhetoric and considered that the military mobilization announced
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One-way flights out of Russia sell out after Putin’s announcement
  Putin announced the mobilization of 300,000 people for the war. One-way flights out of Russia quickly sold out on Wednesday, after Vladimir Putin ordered the immediate call-up of 300,000 reservists, through the approval of the partial mobilization mechanism. Putin’s announcement, made in a televised speech this morning, sent the
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Secret Services Concerned About Chinese Activity in Europe
From commercial information to political influence, Beijing’s interests are vast and the techniques that China is applying in Europe are increasingly sophisticated. The story could serve as the basis for a spy movie. Pierre M, a French spy, was sent to the East to be the eyes and ears of
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Joe Biden vows to pursue terrorists a year after Kabul attack
The President of the United States (USA), Joe Biden, today committed himself to the “persecution of terrorists” on a global level, on the anniversary of the attack on the Kabul airport in which 13 US soldiers and 170 Afghan civilians died. In a statement, recalling the attack that took place
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Germany suspects Russians spied on Ukrainian soldiers in formation
Moscow will have spied on the training of Ukrainian soldiers in Germany. According to Spiegel magazine, suspicious vehicles were detected outside two locations where training was taking place: Idar-Oberstein (Rhineland-Palatinate) and Grafenwoehr (Bavaria). According to Der Spiegel, German security forces detected suspicious vehicles outside two locations where Kyiv recruits were
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Russian spy infiltrated NATO base in Naples for years
María Adela Kuhfeldt Rivera was born in Peru, had a German father and managed to enter the circles of Neapolitan personalities and the employees of the NATO base and the US Sixth Fleet. A Russian spy has infiltrated the NATO base in the Italian city of Naples for years, several
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Ukraine: Six months of a war that changed the world
In addition to death and destruction on a scale yet to be determined, the war that broke out on February 24 has disrupted the world distribution of grain, of which Ukraine and Russia are major producers, raising fears of a global food crisis. The war has also exposed many countries’
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Ukraine denies involvement in the death of ‘Putin’s brain’ daughter
Daria Dugina died in the explosion of the car she was driving in the Moscow region on Saturday night. Ukraine on Sunday denied any involvement in the death of the daughter of Russian ultranationalist philosopher Alexander Dugin, considered the ideologue of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Daria Dugina died in the
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Car explosion near Moscow kills journalist close to Putin
Victim is the daughter of philosopher Alexander Dugin, an ideologue who serves as an inspiration for Vladimir Putin. Darya Dugina, the daughter of a supporter of Vladimir Putin, died in an explosion on Saturday night. The BBC says that the two, father and daughter, were returning to Moscow after having
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NATO warns Russia: installation of hypersonic missiles in Kaliningrad does not reduce tensions
NATO has warned Russia that the deployment of fighter jets armed with hypersonic missiles to the Kaliningrad enclave does not help to reduce geopolitical tensions and assured that it will defend “every centimeter of allied territory”. A NATO spokesperson explained to the Europa Press news agency that Kaliningrad is a
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